Welcome to the Green Technology Transfer (GTT) platform! Our aim is to assist the countries of South Eastern Europe to meet their international climate pledges by encouraging the transfer of low-carbon technologies from Japanese leaders in the field. Inspired by the Paris Climate Agreement, which highlights the transfer of advanced climate technologies as a critical factor in reducing emissions and improving resilience to climate change, the platform features the Leading Low-carbon Technologies (L2-Tech) list, containing over 3,200 low-carbon technologies developed by Japanese manufacturers and certified by the Ministry of Environment of Japan. The L2-Tech standard is regularly updated, ensuring that only the most efficient climate technologies are included on the list.
The platform also features summaries of technology needs assessments, technology action plans and other documents, providing Japanese low-carbon businesses with information on the technology transfer needs of individual countries in South Eastern Europe.
An air heating and cooling system with heat pump cycle where compressor in the cycle is driven by gas engine, and realizes further reduction of environmental load through improving energy-saving capabilities by modifying heat exchanger, fan related designs, flow path of refrigerant, etc., for enhancing efficiencies at low load range.
Energy-saving natural chillers, Efficio NZ energy-saving type / NH energy-saving type, realized small sized cooling pump by reducing cooling water flow to 70% of standard chillers as well as substantial reduction of power consumption through inverter control of cooling water pump in addition to excellent peak power cut feature of natural chillers. It is effective for cutting peak power during summer season when power demand increases by reducing peak power consumption during heating and cooling operation by 45% as compared to standard type.
Gas-fired water heater for bath with hot water heating realizing lighter environmental load by recovering waste heat of combustion in a form of latent heat, which has been abandoned previously.